10 Best Dating Apps For Couples

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9 Best Dating Apps for Couples (April 2019)

C. Price

Written by: C. Price

C. Price

C. Price is part of DatingAdvice.com's content team. She writes advice articles, how-to guides, and studies — all relating to dating, relationships, love, sex, and more.

Edited by: Lillian Castro

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Dating apps are becoming more and more popular, but they aren’t just for singles looking to hook up.

Our 10 Best Dating Apps for Couples provide lovers with new ways to communicate, share pictures, show affection and get to know each other – all by using a smartphone!//

Bragging Rights: Uncover your lover

Happy Couple isn’t your typical app. In this quiz-like atmosphere, you’re sent five new questions every day that you answer for yourself and your partner. Then you’re given customized challenges to learn more about each other and how you can grow closer together. For every correct guess, you two can unlock new levels. “Whether you are in a new relationship or together for 30 years, have no children or 10, are in a long distance relationship, from the LGBTQ community or straight, young or less young… Happy Couple adapts its content to each couple,” said Co-Founder Arnaud Le Mérour.

URL: http://www.happycouple.co/



Bragging Rights: Helping couples get to know each other better

The free app helps couples find out more about the partner’s sexual preferences and desires in a fun and casual way by asking intimate questions through mobile game playing. Players can win rounds simply by knowing more about their partner than the partner knows about them. When players win a round, they get to select a “hot prize” which their partner must perform (e.g., back rub, oily massage, a night’s stay in a hotel, etc.), or they can create their own personalized prize. iPassion is available on iOS and Android.

URL: http://www.ipassionapp.com/



Bragging Rights: Doing things with people you love

Duet, a free iOS app, allows users to ask a crush or significant other on a date. You create a “duet” by sending a personal, one-on-one invite that prompts “Let’s (fill in the blank)” and the invitee can either accept or decline. Don’t worry if you don’t have the app downloaded. You can still receive personal notes through SMS message.

URL: http://duet.me/



Bragging Rights: For the private couple

Do you get nervous when you put something out into the digital atmosphere? If so, check out the free iOS and Android app “Couple.” It allows couples to text and share videos and photos in a private manner. The app also shows when your “partner” is online and the “ThumbKiss” feature lets couples place thumbs together on the screen and virtually kiss.

URL: http://couple.me/

Bragging Rights: Make the most of your relationship

A iPhone app, going for $1.99, TheIceBreak lets individuals ask fun questions that can be privately and publicly answered. Get to know your partner while collecting “Date Night Coins” to exchange at local restaurants, and use the private “Wall” to share photos and messages, rate communication, partner support and relationship satisfaction and chart your relationship.

URL: http://theicebreak.com/



Bragging Rights: Encouraging couples to talk

Have you ever wanted to tell your partner how you’re feeling via smartphone, but you couldn’t get the emotion across? Then check out Tokii, a free iPhone app that lets you set a “Daily Mood” you and your partner can message about. Tokii also features more than 250 Discovery Games to play with your partner, which allow you to learn and love each other.

URL: https://tokii.com/



Bragging Rights: A space just for two

A free iPhone and Android app, Between allows couples to message privately while sharing photos, texts and voice messages. It also archives important milestones, future dates and memos. When has such a meaningful app come on the market that touts itself as “a beautiful space where you can share all your moments only with the one that matters”?

URL: http://appbetween.us/



Bragging Rights: For those on the go

Missing your boo? Keep in contact with your partner by recording short messages via HeyTell, a free iOS and Android app. It’s a fast and private way to listen to messages like voice mail – great for travelers and busy couples. Offering “push to talk,” this free app is the next answering machine for those of us on the go.

URL: http://heytell.com/



Bragging Rights: An app for couples, made by couples

iLoveNote is looking to enrich communication and promote healthy relationships through its features, including Love Note (post private notes or photos), Date Night (book a date), Hot Topix (talk about important topics), Bucket List (create things you want to do as a couple) and Mends (improve your relationship and track the progress using icons).

URL: http://ilovenote.com/

Feel Me


Bragging Rights: A sweet, playful connection

Feel Me, an iOS texting app that gives couples live connections over the phone, is basically foreplay for those looking to connect via the World Wide Web. The app shows where the other person is touching his or her iPhone and when both touch the same spot, the area lights up and vibrates or makes a sound. Kinky! While the app is not yet available, we know some of you will be chomping at the bit.

URL: http://www.feelmeapp.com


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